Slack, a sole practitioner in
Others on the society's executive committee include President-Elect
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Cline had spent the past year as WVBA's executive vice president and, before that, served as commissioner of the
Cline's elevation to CEO and Ellison's retirement came during the 125th anniversary meeting of the WVBA at The
Ellison concluded a career of more than 40 years in banking and trade association management, having served 11 years as WVBA president and CEO.
Cline, a native of
Cline served in that role until she was named acting commissioner in 2008 by then-Gov.
A graduate of
Her family has ties to
INSTITUTE - Micheál Fultz, an associate professor of chemistry at
Fultz is the first WVSU faculty member to be selected for the honor, which recognizes members of ACS for outstanding achievements in and contributions to science, the profession and the ACS.
Fultz, who earned his bachelor's degree from the
The nonprofit organization has nearly 157,000 members, making it the world's largest scientific society. Fultz and other 2016 Fellows were honored at a special ceremony during society's national meeting in
The WV-INBRE program provides a salary for each student and covers the cost of salary and research supplies for the visiting faculty members.
Faculty members from colleges and universities who want to participate in the WV-INBRE program must submit a proposal to receive research funding, and students must submit an application to participate in the program.
Students who are accepted then choose a professor at either WVU or Marshall as their mentor. Twenty-four students were accepted into the program this year, with 15 students spending their summer working with faculty at WVU.
Griffith works closely with
Students were able to conduct research on a wide variety of topics based on the mentors they selected.
He earned a bachelor's degree in pharmacy in 1989 and his medical degree in 1997, then completed his residency in emergency medicine at WVU and obtained board certification.
He now serves as president and chief executive officer of GR Energy Services based in
The board also recognized two outgoing directors,
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Cromley was appointed by Gov.
Cromley, who earned a bachelor's degree in economics from
MADISON - Dr.
Cassis, who is board-certified from the American
Cassis specializes in eye procedures, including cataract removal, cataract lens fitting, cornea surgery and transplant, eye and eyelid surgery, foreign body removal, glaucoma surgery, reconstructive eyelid surgery and others.
Bevins earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from
Before joining Wyoming N&RC, he served as assistant administrator at Trinity Healthcare Service of
Wyoming N&RC is a winner of the prestigious 2016 Silver National Quality Award from the
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White will work in the Huntington office of Agents Insurance Markets, also known as
White studied finance and risk management at
She formerly worked as an area vice president for AT&T Ohio and leading product marketing, advertising and sales for AT&T Digital Life, the company's home security and automation solution.
She holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts and communications from
HUNTINGTON - A
Hall's areas of practice include: insurance coverage, bad faith defense, civil rights defense, personal injury defense, transportation, construction, deliberate intent and medical malpractice claims.
She served as the president of the West Virginia Defense Counsel from 2010 to 2011 and now is vice present of the
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Tampoya joined Shuman in 2009 as an associ-* ate in the
She also advises business clients on organizational, contract and other issues; she also handles a variety of insurance coverage disputes.
Cramer, originally from
He graduated in the top 10 percent of his law school class and was awarded membership in * the prestigious Order of the Coif and served as a summer intern with the West Virginia Public Defenders in
His primary area of practice is civil litigation with an emphasis on consumer financial services law. He represents financial institutions and other creditors in litigation involving alleged violations of, state and federal consumer protection laws. His practice also involves defending insurance clients in general litigation, products liability litigation, and medical and health care litigation.
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Griffith is active in the trial lawyer community, locally and on the national level. He is a board member of the
He has been a guest speaker at two recent WVAJ conferences and won recognition as a Super Lawyer Rising Star.